Retail management is a full-time job for McHarg
Published:  11 July, 2012

ANDOVER: Bathroom accessories manufacturer Croydex has welcomed a new face to its retail team, with the appointment of Dominick McHarg who joins the Hampshire-based company as retail commercial manager.

Mr McHarg brings a wealth of experience, knowledge and enthusiasm to his new role, having been employed in retail management for significant brand names for several years. As retail commercial manager for Croydex, Dominick will be responsible for strategic retail accounts throughout the UK, managing and developing the Croydex brand in this category.

Commenting on his new appointment, Mr McHarg said: “I was absolutely delighted to accept the role with Croydex as commercial manager for retail and I am very much looking forward to all the opportunities and challenges that lay ahead within the business.

“In my short time with the company so far everyone has been so welcoming and friendly, all have taken time out to help me settle in. It’s a lovely company to work for.”

Charles Burrows, retail sales director, commented: “Dominick joins us at an exciting time for Croydex, as we continue to expand the business both in terms of our product range and number of retailers. His wealth of experience in retail management means he is very well placed to hit the ground running, ensuring the needs of our existing retailers are met and building new relationships to help the business grow further."

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